Title

Association of caffeine in aqueous solution. Effects on caffeine intradiffusion

RIS ID

67751

Publication Details

Price, W. E., Trickett, K. & Harris, K. (1989). Association of caffeine in aqueous solution. Effects on caffeine intradiffusion. Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases, 85 (10), 3281-3288.

Abstract

Tracer-(intra-) diffusion coefficients of 14C-labelled caffeine, DT, have been measured by the diaphragm-cell technique over the temperature range 37–80 °C and as a function of concentration to a maximum of 0.29 mol kg–1 at 50 °C, extending earlier measurements at 25 °C. Limiting mutual diffusion coefficients, D∞, have also been determined with the Taylor dispersion technique between 20 and 65 °C. The concentration dependence of the relative intradiffusion coefficients changes little above 37 °C, but is stronger at lower temperatures. The results are analysed with the aid of association models.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/F19898503281